Release 7351: New Hypernodes will be booted on Debian buster

In this release we’ve changed the operating system a new Hypernode will get when it is newly ordered. From now on it will run on the new Debian Buster OS, before today it ran on Ubuntu Xenial. For more information about this upgrade see this previous changelog and check out this article on our knowledgebase: […]

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Release 389: Enable New Relic and Blackfire on your Hypernode

New Relic As of now you can enable New Relic One (APM) on your Hypernode(s) through the Control Panel and CLI. Control Panel Head over to the Hypernode’s submenu Monitoring  > New Relic, enable New Relic and enter (and save) your licence key and app name here to activate New Relic. CLI SSH to your […]

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Release 385: Introducing Logs on Hypernode Control Panel

Logs We just released a brand new page on the Control Panel: Logs! You can easily access this page via the left side menu. Here you can view all the events happening on the Hypernode(s) and Team(s) you have access to. It also shows logs regarding your personal account. The log page comes with nice […]

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Release 7279: [BETA] Debian Buster hypernode-docker and configuration specific images

In this release we have published new hypernode-docker images. These new Docker containers run on the new recently released operating system Debian Buster, unlike the previous image that ran on the Ubuntu Xenial operating system from 2016. Also in this release for the first time we have published Docker images of specific settings configurations, a […]

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Release 7250: Configurable NodeJS system version

In this release, we enable the option to configure your system NodeJS version. NOTE: This change only applies to Debian Buster Hypernodes. Please contact support if you wish to be a beta tester for our new Debian Buster Hypernode. Configuring your NodeJS version From now on the default NodeJS version that will be installed on […]

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Updated Magento version check, improved our version detection and SUPEE-11295 check

Today Magento released new versions for Magento 1 and Magento 2 which fix several critical security vulnerabilities. Magento Version Check has been updated With the release of these latest Magento versions we’ve updated our Magento Version check to include these latest versions. You can scan your website on magereport.com to see if you’ve installed the […]

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Release 7245: Magento 2 preinstall updated to 2.3.5-p1

In this release we have updated our Magento 2 preinstall to the new 2.3.5 version that was released yesterday. When your order a new Hypernode through www.hypernode.com and select the Magento 2 preinstall you will now get this new version.

If you have an existing node and want to check out this new version […]

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Release 7220: Configurable innodb_buffer_pool size, cron jitter and more

In this release we have made it so that the innodb_buffer_pool can be configured by our support on request in a way that will persist between plan upgrades and downgrades, we added cron jitter to dampen steal spikes in public and private clouds and we have made some other changes. The innodb_buffer_pool_size Modifying the innodb_buffer_pool_size […]

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Release 7166: Hypernode-manage-vhosts enabled by default

From this release onwards we will enable the Hypernode managed vhosts feature on newly created Hypernodes. This does not affect any existing Hypernodes, and will only affect Hypernodes that are newly created. What are Hypernode managed vhosts? Hypernode managed vhosts is a feature specifically made for Hypernode that allows you to easily add, remove and […]

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Release 7083: Opt-in large MySQL thread_stack

In this release we’ve added another option to the hypernode-api. You can now configure your Hypernode to use a large MySQL thread_stack. While on Hypernode you have full admin privileges on your entire MySQL database, it is not possible to change root-owned MySQL related config files. This means that you can configure any runtime setting, […]

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